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SOLD S&W Model 29-2 6

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by crusha, Sep 24, 2012.

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  1. crusha

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    Now how possibly might we take note of such a fine piece, without the astute and encyclopaedic musings of the site's most renowned and well-versed expert in S&W revolver values?


    (Perhaps he's off reading his daily round of personal emails from Remington executives?)
     
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    Not an expert but thought all 29-2s were 4", 6.5" or 8 3/8 inch barrels (measured to cylinder face) All mine were.
     
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    That pic shows me nothing the way the tape is laid there. Put the end against the cylinder and then beside the barrel. Bet its 6.5"
     
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    I know they later made 6" barrel models, just not seen with counter bored cylinders and pinned barrels like that 29-2 series gun.
     
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    You looking for something for the bears Frank? ;)
     
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    mckits, good looking 29-2. Yes, they were produced in both 6 and and 6 1/2. I had one in 8 3/8 when they first came out that I hunted deer and antelope with. I just traded for a 4 inch 29-2 with wooden box the other day. It's not as nice as yours though.

    Have you considered putting it on the S&W forum? I'd be intereste if I hadn't just bought the 4 inch. Oh, well. Good luck with the sale.

    Steve
     
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    Yes i also had a 6 " for 30-35 years i thought it was a 6.5 I went to sell it on S&W website I got corrected very quick. I then put a tape on it and it was a 6 inch .29-2 Talk about having a funny feeling in your gut the tape didnt lie.

    Jim
     
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